ACDelco is a global leader in automotive replacement parts and related services and offers quality aftermarket products for all makes and models, including Ford, Chrysler, General Motors, Toyota and Honda, plus some original equipment replacement parts. ACDelco products can be found in more than 100 countries located on six of the seven continents and are sourced globally to meet the needs of the local markets, including "maintenance" parts commonly replaced during the lifetime of a vehicle (e.g., batteries, oil filters, air filters, wiper blades, shocks and brakes), as well as "repair" parts (e.g., alternators, radiators, chassis and heating/cooling components). As of February 2007, ACDelco offers more than 100,000 parts across 37 product lines.
ACDelco has nearly 100 years of experience in the automotive industry and is a brand of GM Service and Parts Operations, a division of General Motors. ACDelco employs a two- or three-tiered distribution model, utilizing a network of appointed wholesale distributors to service independent installers, ACDelco service centers, retail and fleet customers.
ACDelco offers both Web-based and hands-on technical training designed to help technicians and independent shops keep up with ever-changing vehicle technology, including hydrogen fuel cells, hybrid vehicles and emerging technologies. Not exclusively focused on technical training, ACDelco offers classes that aim to improve shop owners' business and marketing skills, enabling them to stay competitive in the dynamic automotive service industry. There are more than 60 training centers in the United States.
An aftermarket leader, ACDelco is committed to elevating the status of professional automotive service technicians. As vehicle complexity advances, there is an increasingly urgent need for well-trained and certified automotive technicians. ACDelco participates in many programs targeted at youth and designed to entice them into the automotive service profession and funds the educations of some promising automotive service professionals through scholarships.